CrazyTalk is 3D morphing software from Reallusion which allows morphing your photos and syncing them with audio to help you create talking pictures, complete with animated emotions. The software allows you to pick any photo, resize it and place wire-frame points, simulating the facial muscle points in orderto edit them.
It lets you add facial gestures to every word or sound from within a bank of 20 different expressions. We added fake eyeballs to our photos and then played around with their color and size. Although they did add zing to the pictures, they looked quite unnatural.
You can breathe your pictures to life using the audio-sync option; use their Text-To-Speech technology to speak a written text message with a synthesized voice; or better still, you can record your own voice using its built-in audio studio. The preset sound filters lack advanced voice manipulation features and the output sounds a bit tinny at certain times.
CrazyTalk has both Home and Web editions. The trial versions are available for download on its site-hefty downloads of 17 MB or 24 MB respectively. The evaluation period is just 7 days, after the expiry of which you must buy the full version for a huge $49.95.
For: Commendable picture morphing and audio-sync features.
Against: The software lacks advanced audio and video editing features. Besides, it also proves to be a tad expensive.
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